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Motorola Defy: The Smartphone You Can Submerge In Water (3)

With a lot of smartphones to choose from, many users may consider looking at special features when buying a new one. Unique features may have their appeal and make many gadgets stand out especially when the smartphone market just has too many choices to offer. In the case of the Motorola Defy, it may be its durability. The Motorola Defy smartphone may look just like any other smartphone out there, but it does have its own unique appeal. How about a smartphone that is impervious to dust, water and to the occasional abuse. First off, the Motorola Defy features a 3.7 inch touchscreen display made out of tough Corning Gorilla Glass Display, making it scratch resistant and tough enough for those occasional drops and bumps. The Motorola Defy is also dust proof as well as water resistant for added protection. The Motorola Defy is an Android smartphone that also features Motoblur that enables users to stream emails and social network updates into a single feed for easier access. It also has an integratedd 5 megapixel camera, Web and Bluetooth as well as WiFi support. This tough smartphone is available exclusively at T Mobile for US$100 along with a two year service contract. Image Source: Motorola Read More

Motorola Droid Pro Available at Verizon Wireless (2)

Motorola has unveiled its latest Droid phone, the Motorola Dro Pro. The BlackBerry look-alike not only features a QWERTY keypad, but also runs on Android 2.2 with Blur and global roaming support in over 220 countries. It also features a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus, 3.1-inch display, and 1GHz processor. The Motorola Droid Pro is available for pre-sale on Verizon Wireless stores and its online outlet, followed by a retail debut on November 18. The handset is priced at US$179.99 with a two-year contract and $100 mail-in rebate. Source: Engadget Read More

Motorola Sneaks in a Bunch of Headsets and Car Speakerphones (1)

With not much fanfare, Motorola unveiled a set of speakers for the smartphone consumers at this year's CTIA. First on the list is the Motorola Roadster, a clip-on device that can be attached inside the car's visor for a more convenient mobile phone calls while driving. It features dual-microphone noise cancellation, a battery life of up to 20 hours, a FM transmitter, and MotoSpeak technology that reads text messages and accepts voice replies. The Finiti BT headset, meanwhile, is engineered for the most abusive users. It has three microphones, MotoSpeak, and lets users make a conversation even with a 40-mile wind brushing through the device. Lastly, the CommandOne is, well, just your usual hands-free Bluetooth headset but with MotoSpeak The three devices are said to be available by the coming weeks. No word about the pricing, though. Source: Engadget Read More

Motorola Droid 2 or BlackBerry Torch 9800? (2)

Both of these smartphones launch today. Both of them have a slider design, a touchscreen display, and a physical QWERTY keyboard, but only one of them would have to win your heart. So which one should you choose: The Motorola Droid 2 or the BlackBerry Torch 9800? The two phones have slight differences apart from the branding. For instance, while the Droid 2 runs on Android 2.2, the Torch is powered by a just-released BlackBerry 6 OS. The Motorola Droid 2 also has 3G mobile hotspot, 5-megapixel camera, DVD-quality video capture, speech-to-text input, and Adobe Flash Player 10.1. Meanwhile, the Torch 9800 has trackpad-based navigation, built-in GPS, 5-megapixel camera with image stabilizer and auto-focus, WiFi, and removable battery. Motorola Droid 2 is available on all Verizon retail points for US$199.99 after $100 mail-in rebate and two-year contract, aside from the nationwide talk plan starting at $39.99, the $29.99 charge for unlimited e-mail and web surfing, and optional $20 monthly 3G mobile hotspot service. The BlackBerry Torch 9800 is available on all AT&T retail points, as well as Best Buy, Wal-Mart, and RadioShack. It costs $199.99 with two-year contract, as well as data plan rates of $15 for 200MB of wireless data or $25 for 2GB. Source: MobileCrunch Read More

Motorola i1 PTT Smartphone (2)

Push To Talk or PTT phones has been around for several years now. They provide a good alternative to the usual means of calling friends and colleagues. But then there seems to be a lack of such PTT smart phones in the market, that is, until the Motorola i1 smart phone. The Motorola i1 seems to be the the only smart phone in the market today that offers a PTT function. Its features includes a 5MP digital camera, iDEN 800/900 MHz PTT function, and a touch tablet. It also supports Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity and runs on the Android 1.5 platform. It is also ruggedly built according Military Specification 810F standards. The Motorola i1 is coming to Sprint on July 25 and may be priced at US$150. Image Source: Motorola Read More

Motorola Charm Unveiled (2)

Another Motorola Android handset was unveiled recently. The Motorola Charm has a full portrait QWERTY keyboard (much like a Blackberry), a 2.8-inch landscape touchscreen, a 3-megapixel Kodak camera, WiFi, noise-canceling microphone, and a touchpad mounted at the back of the phone (much like the Backflip from AT&T). This smartphone runs on Android 2.1 with Blur. The Motorola Charm will arrive in T-Mobile. Pricing and availability has yet to be announced. Source: Motorola, via Engadget Read More

Verizon Teases with Motorola Droid X (2)

Verizon is expanding the Droid franchise with a confirmation on its website of an upcoming Android-based handset from Motorola called Droid X. It comes with a 4.3-inch screen with 854 x 480 resolution and HDMI output. Any other information about this new phone have been sketchy to say the least. But hey, we only get to wait until June 23 for the full launch of Motorola Droid X, so we'll keep you posted. Source: Engadget Read More

Motorola i1 Arrives in SouthernLINC (0)

Motorola 's latest device comes in the United States, but not in your usual carriers like AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint.  Instead, the Motorola i1 will be available first to subscribers of SouthernLINC, a rural carrier covering Alabama, Georgia, and the western half of the Florida panhandle.  The Motorola i1 is touted as the first “Push To Talk” Android-powered smartphone with Integrated Digital Enhanced Network.  Push To Talk is a two-way radio service with WiFi speeds plus loads of multimedia features and applications.  This multitasking touchscreen phone is also made to meet military specifications, which means it is protected against dust, shock, vibration, and rain.  Physical features include a 5-megapixel camera with flash and video capture, as well as a removable microSD memory card.  It also has a music player, stereo Bluetooth, Google mobile services, and Swype. Expect the Motorola i1 to appear on SouthernLINC dealers starting on the second quarter of 2010. Source:  Motorola , via Engadget Read More

Motorola CLIQ XT Comes to T-Mobile (0)

The Motorola CLIQ XT Android phone has just landed in the U.S. via T-Mobile.  Techies will love this keyboardless cousin of the CLIQ and its special features that include a 3.1-inch touchscreen with “pinch and zoom” touch capabilities, a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus and LED flash, a navigation touchpad, and dual-mic noise cancellation system.  Standard specs include Bluetooth, GPS, FM radio, Motoblur, and Adobe Flash Lite. The Motorola CLIQ XT for T-Mobile goes for US$129.99 with a two-year contract. Source:  Engadget Read More

Motorola Backflip: AT&T’s First Android-Powered Smartphone (0)

Finally, AT&T will have its very own Android smartphone, courtesy of Motorola .  The Motorola Backflip is a Motoblur-enhanced handset that lets users connect with their social networks beyond the realms of Facebook and Twitter such as MySpace, Gmail, and Picasa. The Backflip features a reverse flip design, full QWERTY keyboard, 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus, 3G connectivity, GPS, WiFi, and Backtrack touch panel that enables users to navigate the screen by touching the back of the 3.1-inch display.  The Motorola Backflip will be available beginning March 7 at AT&T retail locations across United States.  The phone, along with a two-year agreement and data plan, costs US$99.99 after rebates . Source:  Engadget Read More



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